The following security alert was released by Amadeus
Your data security is very important to Amadeus. We have recently learned of phishing* attempts requesting access to our customers' system credentials in Amadeus Direct.
These attempts include emails that appear as if they are from Amadeus with links to a fake Amadeus Direct registration website. Recipients of these communications may be asked to confirm their username, password and Amadeus sign credentials. Please note that Amadeus will never ask you to provide this kind of confidential information.
Amadeus recommends that customers take the following measures to protect themselves from phishing activities:
Do not open emails, email attachments or click on links provided in emails from unknown senders. Be vigilant and report any suspicious communications immediately to your Amadeus representative.
Examine the domains associated with emails and websites. The following domains are trusted, secure Amadeus domains:
Keep passwords secure. Avoid using weak passwords; use a combination of numbers, letters and signs, and change them regularly.
Never reveal your Amadeus system credentials, such as your username or password, or any other confidential information, to third parties.
If you feel you have been the victim of fraud, you should notify your local law enforcement agency and your Amadeus account or customer service representative immediately.
Thank you for your attention to this very important matter.